This is way too laugh out loud funny. I love the Michael Jackson one and the rapping one....
A beautiful way to see how we don't have to be limited by our circumstances as there is always something to discover from what we label as garbage in our lives....
This is AWESOME! It is circulating around facebook at present moment but I wanted to give it a permanent home here because this is a tool to remind you to never give up and believe in yourself, no matter what. This is proof that you really can do anything as long as you can dream it.
This is so refreshing to see after photo galore of feed lot pigs crammed in cages the size of their body, with them pleading at us with those eyes, saying "Help us!" Here are from free range happy pigs! Although I dare you to watch this and then try to go eat some bacon. No piggies go in my belly anymore!! This is so dang cute!
awww. Let's not ever lose the music! It is magic.
This is so sweet and beautiful to see!!
When a bag of kittens was dumped and run over in traffic on a rural Iowa highway, a dog named Reagan rushed to their rescue.
Iowa’s Raccoon Valley Animal Sanctuary is home to two kittens who owe their lives to Reagan. Three months ago her owner called the sanctuary seeking help after pulling two live kittens out of a Meow Mix bag that her dog had found in the road.
“It was gruesome, quite gruesome because the kittens…there was a litter of 4 or 5 of them and you couldn’t tell if there were 2 or 3 (in the bag) they had been run over by a vehicle. It was not a pretty sight,” said Linda Blakely of the Raccoon Valley Animal Sanctuary.
The fact that Skipper and Tipper even survived is difficult to explain, but one thing is certain: had Reagan not found them, they likely would have died on the spot. The yellow lab literally dragged the bag out of the road. Then she dragged it all the way home. And cried until her owner opened it. Reagan’s owner could hear faint cries from the bag, but said she was completely unprepared for what she found.
After recovering from the shock of finding the kittens in that bag, Reagan’s owner called the sanctuary and brought them in. They were weak and required bottle feeding every few hours, but both have recovered fully and are thriving at the sanctuary. They are also available for adoption. Blakely says they probably never would have made it off that road were it not for the love of a dog.
“The instinct of the dog was to nurture and not kill. With all the blood some dogs would have responded to the scent. Reagan the dog is a hero,” says Blakely.
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Here is a sample of TEDx a place where people are coming together and sharing ideas.....I hope you like
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...some inspiration and something to share with anyone you know with a seeming limited life...